On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 08:05:07AM -0700, Hervey Wilson wrote:
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From: "Sergey A. Osokin" <os...@freebsd.org.ru>
On Sun, Apr 08, 2001 at 11:48:06AM +0800, KT Sin wrote:
I have the same problem too. Let me guess, your disk is an IBM DTLA
(ATA100). I believe this is due to incompatibility between HPT366 and
HPT claims that the latest BIOS solved this problem but it didn't work
me. I'm now avoiding HPT's controllers like plague.
Im running 4.2-RELEASE on an Abit BP6 with a 20G IBM connected to the
onboard HPT366-UDMA66 controller. During heavy disk-io I get a
read-command timed out error message and now Id like to know if this
due to a know driver bug in 4.2-R or maybe a hardware problem.
Please let me know if you need further information like dmesg...
I use HighPoint HPT370 ATA100 controller with
ad4: 29314MB <IBM-DTLA-307030> [59560/16/63] at ata2-master tagged UDMA100
under FreeBSD 4.3-RC #0: Mon Apr 2 22:47:25 GMT.
AFAIK all works fine.
I had an IBM 30Gb (DTLA307030) ATA/100 attached to the HPT366 on my Abit BP6
and had no end of trouble with it. I gave up and moved it to the UDMA/33
controller. When the disk developed a bad sector, I exchanged it and got a
Western Digital ATA/100 which works just fine on HPT366. So, I do this
there's an issue with HPT366 and IBM ATA/100 drives.